Breonna Taylor

#SayHerName! 875 days later, the Department of Justice announced that the four Louisville officers connected to #BreonnaTaylor's murder would be federally charged due to violating the 26-year-old's civil rights!

Sunday marked two years since #BreonnaTaylor was murdered. We are still keeping her name alive! Her family, loved ones, and the world continue to call for justice and accountability. #SayHerName #JusticeForBreonnaTaylor

Everything you need to know about Juneteenth is inside.

After winning her second U.S. Open Title, a reporter asked Naomi Osaka what message she wanted to send after arriving at all seven matches with seven different masks to honor Black victims of racial injustice. "Well, what was the message that you got was more the question," she politely affirmed. "I feel like the point was to make people start talking."

Athletes are using their platforms to protest racial injustice.

For the first time in the 20 year history of the magazine, Oprah will not be gracing the cover. Instead, Breonna Taylor, the Black woman who's become yet another symbol of killing at the hands of police officers, will grace the cover.